Re: Master Cylinder PSI
Dennis @ Recks & Relics
There is a hose at the rear also. The hoses get old and plug up the inside and restrict flow. A common problem on older cars.
From: Tilden Drinkard
Sent: Tuesday, July 28, 2020 11:45 AM
Subject: Re: [Crosley-Gang] Master Cylinder PSI
My calculations are nearly the same.
Many reference materials say that on drum brakes you need +500 PSI at the wheel cylinders. I'm not a good enough
mathematician to calculate the result of hydraulic fluid leaving the 1" master cylinder at +/- 125 PSI & passing thru a 3/16"
line. I guess I'll call me Princeton educated physics professor buddy & give him the problem.
Thanx for your help